November 2013

Published a story 29th Nov 2013 7:04 PM

THE Gladstone’s Queensland Fire and Rescue Service’s Movember campaign has seen them raise $2000 for men’s health – a step up from last year’s efforts.

Movember moustaches are no more after firies raise $2000

THE Gladstone’s Queensland Fire and Rescue Service’s Movember campaign has seen them raise $2000 for men’s health – a step up from last year’s efforts.

Published a story 26th Nov 2013 7:21 PM

DESTRUCTIVE winds devastated the Lake Awoonga Boat Hire business on Monday, with the owners claiming a tornado ripped through the area.

'Tornado' destroys boats at flood-hit Awoonga business

DESTRUCTIVE winds devastated the Lake Awoonga Boat Hire business on Monday, with the owners claiming a tornado ripped through the area.

Published a story 26th Nov 2013 7:17 AM

GRANDMOTHER Dasha Gostevsky is adamant she’s still the owner of her Targinnie property, despite her land being resumed by the State Government in 2011.

Woman faces trespass charge after land resumed by state

GRANDMOTHER Dasha Gostevsky is adamant she’s still the owner of her Targinnie property, despite her land being resumed by the State Government in 2011.

Published a story 26th Nov 2013 6:24 AM

CENTRAL Queensland Storm Chasers are predicting a bumper wet season for Gladstone.

Storm chasers predict bumper wet season for Gladstone

CENTRAL Queensland Storm Chasers are predicting a bumper wet season for Gladstone.

Published a story 21st Nov 2013 9:31 PM

HE’S ONLY been in Australia for three days, but the new face of central Queensland healthcare Len Richards has already launched into his new role.

CQ's new health chief has experience with industrial areas

HE’S ONLY been in Australia for three days, but the new face of central Queensland healthcare Len Richards has already launched into his new role.

Published a story 21st Nov 2013 9:14 PM

A WHOPPING 700 trainee doctors will start work in Queensland hospitals in the new year, but Gladstone Hospital might miss out on the influx altogether.

Hospital has no accreditation yet to recruit new trainees

A WHOPPING 700 trainee doctors will start work in Queensland hospitals in the new year, but Gladstone Hospital might miss out on the influx altogether.

Published a story 20th Nov 2013 8:03 PM

CHRISTMAS has come early for Gladstone sporting clubs, with Gladstone Regional Council approving more than $200,000 in sport and recreation grants.

Sporting clubs cash in on over $200,000 in council grants

CHRISTMAS has come early for Gladstone sporting clubs, with Gladstone Regional Council approving more than $200,000 in sport and recreation grants.

Published a story 20th Nov 2013 7:39 PM

JUST Rock Gladstone can now rock 'n' roll wherever they like, with their new portable wooden floor dance ready and subsidised by a council grant.

News of grant success floors Gladstone rock 'n' rollers

JUST Rock Gladstone can now rock 'n' roll wherever they like, with their new portable wooden floor dance ready and subsidised by a council grant.

Published a story 19th Nov 2013 7:27 AM

GLADSTONE Mayor Gail Sellers is hoping the Couch to Classic program will be launched in town, which would help 80 people improve their fitness.

Fitness program could help Gladstone battle the bulge

GLADSTONE Mayor Gail Sellers is hoping the Couch to Classic program will be launched in town, which would help 80 people improve their fitness.

Published a story 18th Nov 2013 8:41 PM

BARNEY Point Butchery and Gladstone Seafood Market are already gearing up for the silly season, with the butchery receiving eight pallets of ham last week.

Festive feast easy when you shop for meat locally

BARNEY Point Butchery and Gladstone Seafood Market are already gearing up for the silly season, with the butchery receiving eight pallets of ham last week.

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